Make Windows 10 USB stick bootable

Make a USB stick bootable via the terminal / command line

Windows 10 tips

In Windows 10 it is very quick and easy via the command line (cmd). In just six steps.

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Save the contents of the USB stick before formatting.

In the following steps we are going to format a USB stick to FAT32.

  1. Click on the Windows key and then "cmd"Enter" and confirm with the Enter key
  2. In the command line "diskpart"and confirm the subsequent request for rights
  3. With "list disk"the available drives are displayed.
  4. You can recognize your USB stick by the size of the memory. In my case it is "salt disk 1". Do not try to write the German name here.
  5. With "pair sel 1"the desired partition is selected. To display the partitions simply use the command"list by" carry out.
  6. With "format fs = FAT32 label = "WinTT drive" quick override"the partition will be formatted.

And the USB stick is ready.

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